OHADA Law - Dematerialisation of Securities (July 2018)

Client Briefings

The recent dematerialisation of securities in OHADA law jurisdictions has raised an array of questions. This note aims at explaining, in practical terms, the impacts of the dematerialisation of securities and, in particular, the impact that such reform has on the type of security which can be granted over such assets.

The Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa (OHADA) was established by Treaty in 1993 to harmonize business law in Africa in order to guarantee legal and judicial security for investors and companies in its member states.



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